pedir una cita

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pedir una cita
An intransitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and does not require a direct object (e.g. Everybody please stand up.).
intransitive verb phrase
1. (general)
a. to make an appointment
La líder sindicalista trató de pedir una cita con el director ejecutivo de la empresa, pero nunca recibió una respuesta de su oficina.The union leader tried to make an appointment with the company's CEO, but she never received an answer from his office.
b. to schedule an appointment
Buenas tardes, señorita. Llamo porque quiero pedir una cita con la doctora Arce.Good afternoon, ma'am. I'm calling because I want to schedule an appointment with Dr. Arce.
c. to book an appointment
Si desea pedir una cita con el señor Correa, debe hacerlo a través de nuestra página web.If you wish to book an appointment with Mr. Correa, you need to do it through our web page.
d. to set up an appointment
Este salón de belleza es muy exclusivo. Tienes que llamar con varios días de anticipación para pedir una cita.This beauty salon is very exclusive. You have to call several days in advance in order to set up an appointment.
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